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Croatia - Country Info

Croatia is in south-east central Europe, bordering the north-east Adriatic Sea, roughly opposite the northern half of Italy. In size it is mid-way between Denmark and Ireland. The mainland coastline is 1,777 km long and is rugged and heavily indented with over 1100 islands, of which 67 are inhabited.

The sea along the coast is warm and very clear, reaching 27
° in summer. The coast is one of the sunniest in Europe with 2,600 hours of sunshine annually. Northern Croatia has a continental climate, central Croatia has a semi-highland climate and the coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate.

The coast is backed by mountains. The coastal mountains have relatively poor vegetation. Central mountain areas have rich vegetation and large forests. There are seven National Parks which protect areas of particular attractiveness or natural value.

Demographics and Culture
Croatia’s population is about 4½ million. The capital, Zagreb, has a population of about 1 million. The national language is Croatian, but English and German are also widely spoken. Religion is mainly Christian, with Roman Catholic predominating.

The way of life reflects the local climate: in the north the way of life is middle-European, whereas in the south it is Mediterranean. The coastal lifestyle is relatively relaxed. There is good food and good wine. There are many old towns and historic settlements dating from the Roman era, with an abundance of architectural treasures.

Croatia’s government is a parliamentary democracy, with a single-chamber Parliament, a President elected by popular vote and a Cabinet headed by a Prime Minister. Following parliamentary elections in November 2003 there has been a coalition government headed by the leader of the centre-right Croatian Democratic Union.

Croatia applied for membership of the European Union in February 2003 and in June 2004 became an official candidate for membership. Negotiations for its accession to the EU started in October 2005. Full accession to the European Union is 2012.

Croatia’s economy is diversified and not dependant on any single sector. The biggest overall trading partner is the EU. The gross domestic product is growing steadily and inflation is relatively low and controlled. The Croatian unit of currency is the kuna, which is managed to maintain exchange rate stability against the EURO.

The Tourism Industry
The tourism industry is clearly of particular importance to the value of tourism-related real estate developments. Croatia is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and shows great potential for further development. The attractiveness of the rugged coast and the exceptionally clear water combine to attract yachtsmen and sub-aqua enthusiasts, in addition to ordinary holiday-makers.

Croatia possesses all the prerequisites for the further development of tourism: a beautiful coast, well-preserved nature, cultural and historical heritage, and sporting facilities including 50 marinas with 15,407 berths along the coast. Further, the mild Mediterranean climate attracts tourists throughout the year.






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